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$200 for 30 days of meds?! Rip off! They pay next to nothing!

Tufts Health Freedom Plan - $200 for 30 days of meds?! Rip off! They pay next to nothing!
I warn anyone considering this plan, RUN! $8000 deductible?? They pay next to nothing. How can Tufts back this ***??? They should be embarrassed for screwing over people and ripping them off! It's a terrible thing what you're doing Tufts. I went to pick up my prescription and it cost me over $200 and this is NOT the first time. I will tell anyone and everyone -this is a terrible product! It's true, Do not to let you rip them off! They just want your money and pay nothing in return. No wonder people are left choosing between food and medicine! TUFTS you know as well as I do, that you're charging so much money for a policy that doesn't cover anything. How do you possible sleep at night!
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Herchel Dtb

Tufts Health Freedom Plan - Health Plan Review

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Tufts Health Freedom Plan - Health Plan Review
What a joke! This coverage is AWFUL! The plan paid .50 of nearly $800. Yes, literally they paid only fifty cents! Awful health insurance! What am I paying for exactly????
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A break? HA!

Nope! I didn't fall into the "right" bracket, so no breaks received here, but you betcha that I can pay big money -in taxes, so that others can have great health insurance. Sounds reasonable right? What does surprise me, is that Tufts has always been a reputable insurance company, but this coverage is worthless.

On another note, my child is sick right now and at 9 years old, he said to me, "Mama if I have to go to the doctors because I can't breathe out of my nose, how much would that be?' It's heartbreaking that he is aware of the expenses that I have to worry about if I take him for any medical care.

The greedy will always get their money, one way or another!

Machele Imf

Yes, but you did save at least $2500 per year in premiums, didn't you? At least, that was the promise.

Herchel Dtb

It's pretty sad that patients under your plan avoid going to the doctors when their sick because they can barely afford to cover the premium of this health insurance, never mind all of the bills that will come after they go to the doctors. It's disgusting that all these people are paying so much $$$ for health insurance each and every month and your plan only covers well visits!

For me personally, under your plan, Tufts Health Freedom, I have to pay the first $4700.00, plus the first $500 towards prescriptions and a 20% coinsurance. You call this health insurance? Really?

I'm surprised that TUFTS would even put their name on this product! Truly, it's a disgrace and those behind this plan who thought that it would be a great idea to make a profit at the expense of those in need of healthcare should be ashamed.

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